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Social Care Institute for Excellence. (2011) eLearning: Parental substance misuse. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

URL: http://www.scie.org.uk/publications/elearning/pare...

The Social Care Institute for Excellence’s (SCIE) Parental substance misuse elearning resource is designed to support social workers responsible for ‘children in need’ when working with families where a parent or parents are misusing drugs or alcohol.

These elearning resources provide audio, video and interactive technology to assist in exploring parental substance misuse, its effects on children and parenting capacity and the implications for social work practitioners.

The modules are presented in an accessible and engaging way. They look at:
•defining and recognising substance misuse
•the effects on people
•health and treatment options
•relationships with families.

Components:
•Understanding substance misuse:
An introduction to the different types of substances commonly misused and the effects that these may have on the people taking them.

•Understanding the impact on children:
Explores how parenting capacity may be compromised and how children may be affected by parental substance misuse.

•Implications for children’s social work practice:
Explores the implications that parental substance misuse has for social work practice and to recognise when an assessment is needed.


Item Type:Evidence resource
Publication Type:Other
Drug Type:Alcohol or other drugs in general
Intervention Type:AOD disorder, AOD disorder treatment method, AOD disorder harm reduction, Education and training, Psychosocial treatment method
Source:Social Care Institute for Excellence
Date:2011
Publisher:Social Care Institute for Excellence
Corporate Creators:Social Care Institute for Excellence
Place of Publication:London
EndNote:View
Accession Number:HRB (Electronic Only)
Subjects:MP-MR Policy, planning, economics, work and social services > Social services
T Demographic characteristics > Adolescent / youth (teenager / young person)
T Demographic characteristics > Child of substance user
T Demographic characteristics > Social worker
L Social psychology and related concepts > Marital relations > Family and kinship > Family relations > Parent-child relations
T Demographic characteristics > Parent
T Demographic characteristics > Child
L Social psychology and related concepts > Marital relations > Family and kinship > Family relations > Family role > Role of parent
VA Geographic area > Europe > United Kingdom

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